ERIN KRIKORIAN is a Senior Research Analyst at the Firm’s Los Angeles office. Ms. Krikorian conducts in-depth factual investigations and data analyses using the Firm’s advanced securities monitoring technology to support new and ongoing litigation. Ms. Krikorian’s research has contributed to the development and success of many class action cases such as The City of Farmington Hills Employees Retirement System et al. v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., a securities lending case which recovered $62.5 million for class members.
Ms. Krikorian joined the Firm in 2011 upon receiving her dual B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy with honors from Scripps College. As an undergraduate, she also studied abroad at the University College London and through intercollegiate courses at Pomona College, Harvey Mudd College and Claremont McKenna College. Currently, to enhance her work at the Firm, Ms. Krikorian is enrolled in the Fully Employed M.B.A. program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she is a recipient of the UCLA Anderson Forté Merit Fellowship Award.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Krikorian received honors through the DECA competitive events program in the fields of Business and Financial Services Marketing Research (International Finalist) and Business Law and Ethics (State Finalist). Ms. Krikorian also co-founded and taught Scripps College Mock Trial, an organization for undergraduate students to learn factual examination, trial tactics and the Federal Rules of Evidence through competition.